Cobra is directed by director Ajay Gnanamuthu and has AR Rahman on board as music composer.

The creators of actor Vikram’s upcoming movie cobra finally announced the film’s release date of Friday, May 20th. Seven Screen Studio, the production banner financing the film, gave a sneak peek at the film’s video and made the announcement cobra hits the big screens on August 11th.”#COBRA – WORLDWIDE THEATER RELEASE AUGUST 11.#CobraFromAugust11.#ChiyaanVikram, To @AjayGnanamuthu Film, To @arrahman Musical.” cobra is directed by Ajay Gnanamuthu, the director of Imaikaa Nodigal. AR Rahman is on board as the music composer for the project.

The film, billed as a bootleg thriller, reportedly stars Vikram as a mathematician. The film’s teaser was unveiled last year and received positive reactions. Apart from Vikram, cobra Notable roles include former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan, Srinidhi Shetty, Mirnalini Ravi, KS Ravikumar and Miya George.

In March 2020, filming was put on hold and the team had to return to India from Russia before completing its schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic. The team had landed in Russia for a 15-day schedule despite news of the coronavirus outbreak. However, they had to suspend the schedule halfway through.

In June last year, a picture from the sets of cobra went viral on the web. Filmmaker Ajay shared the photo from the sets, showing his excitement at being back on set amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing the photo, he wrote: “Getting very close to normal times again!! I can’t wait to get back to work!! aamaran75 @srinidhi_shetty (sic).”

Vikram was last seen in director Karthik Subbaraj’s recently released film mahan, in which his son, actor Dhruv Vikram, also starred. mahan, which premiered on over-the-top (OTT) platform Amazon Prime Video, marked the first on-screen collaboration between father-son duo Vikram and Dhruv Vikram. Actor Simran has also been signed to play the lead role in the film.

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